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Taking Action & Getting Better Results in Your Garden


Having a planting schedule for your garden is one of the best ways to get the most food possible because it keeps you on track. It's like a little nudge each week to get out there and get plantin ...

Some vegetables love the cooler weather of spring and some vegetables thrive in hot weather. Learn about the optimal times to plant different vegetables so you're setting them up to succeed!

The types of seeds and plants you buy for your garden are one of the key factors in its success. I'll share some mistakes to avoid and some of my favorite resources.

Having a permanent garden design means less maintenance over the season and a more successful garden. I'll show you how I set up my garden designs and highlight different options for you to choos ...

When you're getting ready to plant in your garden, how do you figure out what to plant where? I share some tips and examples from my own garden plantings.

Having a simple map of your garden will reduce the amount of guesswork that goes into your garden each season and help you grow into a better gardener over time.

You'll learn some simple techniques for preparing your garden beds and exactly how to plant seeds and plants.

You shouldn't plant the same vegetables in the same place year after year. You'll learn some simple rules of vegetable rotation and all about the different plant families.

If you hate spending lots of time weeding then mulching is for you! Learn which mulch is best for your garden, when to use it, and how to apply it.

Water is an essential part of your vegetable plants success. You'll learn some techniques for watering your garden and how frequently your plants will need it.

Row cover is a magic tool you can use to protect your plants from the cold, encourage them to grow more quickly in the spring, trap moisture, and repel bugs.

Every gardener should be using some fertilizer in her garden to build the health of the soil and plants. Not all fertilizer is created equal, so I'll teach you what to look for when you go shoppi ...

Blueberries can be a fun addition to your garden if you know their specific requirements. They can be picky plants, so in this lesson we cover what they need to be happy.

You'll learn what conditions asparagus and rhubarb prefer and how to plant them in your yard.

Strawberries and raspberries are both very popular with gardeners, but there are some things to know before you decide to plant them in your garden this season.

Cilantro can be a very tricky herb to grow in your garden, especially in the hot weather. Learn some tips to keep the harvest going as long as possible.

Carrots are super fun to grow, but can be difficult to get going in your garden. Learn some tricks to help you have more success with this colorful vegetable.

Planting flowers with your vegetables is one of the easiest ways to elevate your garden to something extraordinary.

I'll share some of my favorite annual flowers for the vegetable garden and show how I use them to add lots of color and interest to my vegetable garden.

Planting in long straight rows is boring! Here are some ideas for planting a little more creatively this season.

Adding height to your garden allows you to grow more food in the same amount of space and can make for interesting focal points in your garden design.

Vegetable gardens can lack depth because most of the plants are green. Learn some tips for adding other colors into your garden to create more interest and beauty.

I invite you in for a tour of my urban garden to show you what I have growing in the beginning of the season here in Wisconsin.

A behind-the-scenes look at my vegetable garden at the end of May. We're past our last frost and it's time to plant the hot weather vegetables!

In this tour I highlight how I use flowers to add beauty, color, and interest to my vegetable garden.

We'll wrap things up and talk about how you can continue learning about all things gardening.

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